Data Age Business Systems (Data Age), the global leader of financial transaction software solutions for collateral loan industries, announces today the official launch of PawnLink.org (http://www.pawnlink.org). PawnLink.org is a centralized, one-stop resource center for the pawn industry where news, training and education, original articles, videos, links to other resources collected from around the web, will be featured.
"PawnLink.org is the first all-inclusive news, information, and education center serving the pawn industry. It's a dynamic site that is updated throughout the day," said
Designed to fill an education and information gap in the pawn industry, PawnLink.org's goal is to serve as a one stop source for "Everything Pawn." The site provides numerous ways to keep visitors updated on the pawn industry, as well as many ways to interact and receive real-time news and information. PawnLink.org includes the following features: News, education, business tips and tricks, personal growth, industry job openings, industry articles, elite industry vendor's original content, real-time spot prices, and suggested book of the month.
PawnLink.org is a free site and is open to everyone in the pawn industry.
About Data Age Business Systems
Data Age offers industry leading financial transaction software solutions that enables business doing non-traditional lending, buy/sell, check cashing and even retailers to scale their organization, deliver expeditious customer service, capture data quickly and accurately, mitigate risk, adhere to regulatory mandates, manage employee challenges, and drive profitability.
To learn more, visit http://www.dataage.com.
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